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Paris

Paris
Enjoy your Austrian flight to Paris, which will bring you to the capital of France in a comfortable and relaxing flight. Exploring Paris means a lot of world-famous sights are waiting to be seen with your own eyes: the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, Panthéon, Pont Neuf and Sacré-Cœur de Montmartre, to name but a very few. To get around in Paris the famous underground, the Metro, is clearly the best choice. The Porte Dauphine Station with its Art Nouveau entrance is one of the most famous sights of Paris. The Louvre, the best-visited museum in the world, has the most famous painting on the planet, the “Mona Lisa” by Leonardo da Vinci, and his lesser known “Virgin and Child with St. Anne” on top. “The Venus of Milo”, Michelangelo’s “Dying Slave”, paintings by Botticelli, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, Vermeer and other master painters makes the Louvre the paradise island for art lovers.

Do you have a passion for fashion? From luxury shopping malls to big outlets to back-alley boutiques, your shopping tour for the latest in Haute Couture will be most satisfying. After so much art, culture, fashion and running around you are hungry, but this is Paris: thousands of excellent restaurants with highly decorated chefs wait to serve to you their culinary works of art, accompanied by the fine wines from Bordeaux, Medoc or Beaujolais. Because Paris is the City of Love, bring your special someone on your Austrian flight to Paris.

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Worth knowing

France
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: France
  • Capital: Paris
  • Austrian flight destination: Paris, Lyon, Nice
Airport
  • Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG): The airport is located 23 km (14 miles) northeast of Paris.
  • Address: 95700 Roissy-en-France, France
  • Telephone: +33 (01) 4862 2280
  • Airport Paris You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.


What to see in Paris

What to see in Paris
Wanderlust
Exhibitions and performances, yoga lessons during the weekend, vintage design flea markets, open air film nights, wild parties and dinner on the biggest terrace in the whole of Paris (1,600 square metres!) - life is becoming more vibrant on the left bank of the Seine in Paris since the end of March 2012 in a new creative space. It's called Wanderlust and meeting point for artists and creative heads, designed by architectural team Jakob + MacFarlane - with French cook Benajmin Darnau's cuisine. Wanderlust is part of the Docks en Seine - Cité de la Mode et du Design. The design and fashion district between Gare d'Austerlitz and the library François Mitterand, also designed by Jakob + MacFarlane and likewise coloured in green and white, unites Wanderlust with boutiques, pop-up and design shops. Since 2008 the former industrial grounds are also home to the Institut Français de la Mode.
Père Lachaise
Montmartre

Where to eat in Paris

Where to eat in Paris
Austern & Co.
Eating oysters in Paris is just as important as a visit to the Eiffel tower. It doesn't get anymore authentic than this. Francis Dubourg, the owner of La Cabane à Huitres, cultivates his own oysters and puts them fresh on the table. His son travels to the Atlantic coast three times a week and returns with the fresh huitres. 13 magnificent claire oysters can be yours for just 13 euros. Those who aren't cut out for the slimy consistency of an oyster can opt for foie gras, cheese specialties or cannelles (small caramel cakes). The restauarant is very spartan and ordinary, but the level of service given by Francis and his daughter well and truly make up for it. A small story accompanies every wine and every meal, which is always told with a hearty serving of Esprit.
Chartier
La Famille

Where to shop in Paris

Where to shop in Paris
Didier Ludot
The God of vintage high fashion has a name. That this name is French, probably doesn't surprise anyone. Didier Ludot has been collecting and selling vintage fashion and jewellery since 1975. Designers visit him to be inspired and museums come to borrow exhibition pieces. It even feels like you're in a museum here in Didier's den. The main fare is antiquated pieces from French designers, but there are also a few American classics to be found. So come and take pleasure in the highlights, such as Christian Dior's New Look or Cristobal Balenciaga's sculptures of the 1960's.
Nose
Lanvin

Where to stay in Paris

Where to stay in Paris
Hotel Lumen
The ideal location in the 1st arrondissement is reserved for the finest hotels. All the more delightful, considering the Louvre is only a stone's throw away from this modern yet affordable hotel. Behind the completely renovated Haussmann-façade of the Lumen lies stylish design and a cosy lounge bar with a remarkable restaurant. The Swiss designer placed great emphasis on the enticing lighting, which prominantly places the sophisticated furnishings in the scene. Let yourself be enchanted by the light of day and relax in the melancholic glow of the candles at night. Double rooms are available from 200 euros.
Hotel Bel-ami
Hotel Thoumieux

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